Hui Ding

Postdoctoral Research Associate
Office Phone
219 Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building

Hui Ding is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Health and Wellbeing at Princeton University. Her research focuses on demand and supply-side factors of health care utilization, especially in the mental health care setting. In her current work, Hui studies the geographic variation in mental health care use among the Medicare population, primary care physicians' practice patterns in diagnosing and treating depression, and the relationship between educational stress and child mental illnesses. She has also been working on infectious disease spread within households and the role of public insurance in setting prices and promoting primary care services. Hui received her Ph.D. degree in Economics at Stanford University, before which she graduated from Peking University with bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Psychology.